Huawei Likely to Ship up to 100 Million 5G Smartphones in China: Report

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  • Huawei and ZTE are believed to be the two leading clients for 5G capacitors
  • Huawei had also launched its 5G innovation and experience centre in London
  • USA has blacklisted Huawei from doing business in the country citing National Security reasons

According to a report by IANS, Taiyo Yuden, CEO, Shoichi Tosaka has informed that Huawei alone is likely to ship up to 100 million 5G smartphones in China. He has predicted that Huawei alone will reach 100 million 5G smartphone shipments in the coming year.

Two leading clients for 5G capacitors

Huawei and ZTE are believed to be the two leading clients for 5G capacitors, reported GSMArena. Tosaka has also informed the news daily that the company has received its yearly 5G base station orders and expects orders for 5G smartphone components in the coming weeks as well.

According to a report by ET, Huawei has won a contract to supply 5G infrastructure in Germany but the politically sensitive deal is subject to government approval following US concerns about snooping.

Earlier this year, Huawei also launched its 5G innovation and experience centre in London. The company said that this innovation and experience centre is aimed to promote greater collaboration between businesses and innovators in the development of 5G ecosystems.

It is to be noted here that the USA has blacklisted Huawei from doing business in the country citing National Security reasons. Recently, the Trump administration has given a new 90-day extension to Huawei to do business with US companies.

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